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Through the centuries, the Virgin Mary has appeared to ordinary people of every race and culture, bringing forth her messages of love, peace, and comfort. In these trying times, Mary’s protection is needed more than ever. In The Secrets of Mary, Janice T. Connell chronicles messages Mary has brought from God, drawn from scripture, experts, and eyewitness accounts. Mary’s voice provides a guiding light for modern times, as she explains how to solve problems that are surfacing throughout the world. Janice T. Connell’s newest collection of stories includes: · Saint Augustine’s discovery of Mary’s power · Insight from the world-famous children of Medjugorje in Bosnia · A famous Washington, D.C. media anchor’s touching encounter with the Blessed Mother · The author’s own awe-inspiring experience with Mary in Japan · And much more. Filled with beauty, wonder, and joy, The Secrets of Mary provides comfort and inspiration to all those who desire Mary’s gifts.
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JANICE T. CONNELL is an attorney and recognized authority on the subject of Marian apparitions. She is the author of ten books, an international speaker and frequent radio and television commentator.From Publishers Weekly:
Connell, an attorney and Marian authority, calls on readers to listen to Mary in a book that combines reports of apparitions with Catholic teaching and some history of devotion to the mother of Christ. The bookhas an apocalyptic feel, based largely on the content of recent Marian messages. Connell also opens with talk of the biblical end times, going on to suggest that Mary's appearances to people of diverse cultures and beliefs in this generation are unprecedented. The author writes devoutly of Mary and her own relationship with the Madonna, incorporating such personal experiences as her interview with two young men who witnessed an apparition of Mary in Oliveto Citro, Italy, in 1989. The text is thoroughly referenced, though the author does not indicate the source of what appear to be messages from Mary and God at the conclusions of chapters. Some also are in other places, but always without a footnote. This may leave readers wondering whether Connell received them herself or simply wrote them based on her knowledge of other Marian messages. Those who share the author's devotion to Mary will most appreciate Connell's work, but her book also serves as a good introduction to Mary for the merely curious. (Oct.)
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